Introducing a Loss Event Database

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Lorant Zsarnoczki
Manager, Hungary

Introducing a Loss Event Database

Hi everyone! My problem is that I would like to introduce a loss database or loss event database at our company. I would like to soon run the first workshops, where I will explain and describe what is the loss database and it's purpose to the managers and business unit leaders.
But I already see that many people do not really understand what kind of events he or she should report. That is why I need an example loss event database file about typical loss events, to be able to show them as an example to my audience. I need no company names, or sensitive data, just an example file with the loss events reported. Thank you very much in advance!

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